Lawrence, Kansas, USA; August, 1974

Name: brenda a huguenin

Date of Sighting: august 1974, between 12 noon and 3 pm

Location of Sighting: lawrence,kansas(at ku)

Shape(s) of UFO(s): only bright points of light,sometimes one,up to three

Size(s) of UFO(s): just VERY bright points, moving slow,fast, even zigzag

Color(s) of UFO(s): bright white

Number of UFO(s): total at one time, four

Distance of UFO(s) in sky: unknown

Direction of Travel for UFO(s): directly above(it seemed) univ.of kansas

Other Known Object(s) (For possible reference, or contrast): buildings,trees

Further Description of Sighting: watched for over three hours, one of my psych. profs. was stunned as we watched side by side for the duration(i was terrified for many months that maybe they had seen me seeing them…)i used to look for them-never again-the way they moved broke all the laws of inertia

Lawrence, Kansas, USA; February 20, 2017

Name: Reece

Date of Sighting: 20 February 2017

Location of Sighting: Kansas

Number of UFO(s), including the Color(s), Size(s) and Shape(s): one – lights blinking alternatively – then in a crazy pattern moved from one side of the highway to another in about 2 seconds, then quickly from side to side faster than we could follow – a sulfur smell was present, iron taste in mouth – a YouTube ad with a girl with a pale almost non-existent mouth started simultaneously playing on cell phone – she was dripping paint and saying “I’ll bet you think this is sexual, but it’s not.”

Distance of UFO(s) in sky: treeline and dipped into trees suddenly

Direction of Travel for UFO(s): moving around us as we traveled north of Lawrence, disappeared suddenly

Lawrence, Kansas, USA; June 9, 2009

Name: SRS

Date: June 9, 2009

Location: Lawrence, Kansas

Message: Lawrence, KS UFO- 1 June 09 @ about 1030pm.

My friend and I were walking down back to my car after dinner that night, and she happend to look up in the night sky and saw three orangish yellow balls of light hovering in the sky. They looked to be around 10,000 feet or so. We had went sky diving earlier that month, so the altitude seemes like a good estimation to me.

The three lights seemed to hover in formation for at least a minute, then the smallest of the lights faded out, soon the second light faded out, finally followed by the largest and brightest ball of light. We were very amazed by what we had seen, and a little scared.